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Full text of "The Egyptian Problem"

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Feisal, Emir, at the Peace Conference, 147
Fellaheen, the, 10, 14, 162-3; land and irrigation rights of, 15, 23, 73-4, 287, 293-4, see also Five Feddan Law ; condition of, tinder Ismail Pasha, 28 sqq. ; British rule as benefiting, 42, 96, 160-1, 295 ; incidence on, of the corvde (q.v.), 69-70 ; * Kitchener's attitude to, 102-3,110,111; effect on, of the burdens of the War, 134 sqq., estrangement consequent on, 141, 151 sqq. ; disease and dirt among, 162 ; share of, in the rebellion, 163,168,179, and punishnient of, 247, 281; women-folk of, 166
Female Education, see under Education
Feminism in Egypt, 166, 167-8
Ferid, Mohammed, leader of the "patriotic" party, 112
Finance, Cromer's work in, 68-9
Financial Control during British Occupation, 56-7, 299,, see also Caisse
Powers conferred on Provincial Councils, 109
Five Feddan Law, the, 103, 111-12, 293, 296
Food-stuffs, enhanced cost of, in Egypt, effects of, 269, 283 sqq.
Foreign Bond-holders, the, 32, 33
Communities in Egypt, privileges
of, under the Capitulations,
57, 58  sqq.; numbers  of,
174-5;      enterprises     of,
174;  contact with, of the
Miner Commission, 265
Domination, effect of in Egypt
and India, contrasted, 174
Financiers and the fall of Ismail,
32 Investments of Egypt, value of,
289 Settlements in Egypt, beginnings
of, 17
Trade, Expansion of, under Ismail, 27
Foreign Office, the, and Egyptian affairs, 121, 287-8, 305
Foundling Hospital, Egyptian, started, 75
France (see also Anglo-French Agreement, and Anglo-French relations, Fas*hoda, <£c.)> and the Arab crisis, 42, 5£f; acquiescence of, in the British Protectorate, 124 *
Franco-Egyptian Press, the, 91
French   Invasion   of   Egypt,   the,
1, 3-4 Irrigation   Engineers  in  Egypt,
70, 71 Revolution,    the    land    system
evolved out of, 15 Schools in Egypt, superiority of, •226;  Egyptian fft-eference for, 230
Freycinet, M. de, 40
Fuad (Ahmed) Sultan of Egypt, 133, 249, 256, 257; £e-fiance of, by El Azhar, 241, 267 ; Egyptian attitude to, 159, 276-7, 297
G
G-allipoIi Expedition, the, 135
Gambetta, 40
Garstin, Sir William, 71
General Assembly, the, 88, 89
German    menace,    effect    of,    on
British     Occupation     of
Egypt, 46 Ghali (Butros Pasha), Coptic Prime
Minister, 113, 206 ; murder
of, 113, 257
Gharbieh Province, disorders in, 181 Gladstone,   Bt.  Hon. W. E., and
Egypt, 41, 44 Golanza, Conde V. de, 225 Gordon, General, and Ismail, 24, 49 ;
and the fall of Khartum, 50 Gorst, Sir Eldon, 163; work of, 100-1,
104,   107,  109,   110;   and
Abbas   II,   113,    114-15;
Nationalist activity during
office of, 150;  on Liberal
policy in Egypt, 110 Government, Egyptian, framework
of, 261 Employment,   Egyptian  Educa-
*    tion as avenue to, 227 Servants,   Egyptian,   grievances
of,   and   attitude   of,   to
Nationalism, 150air, the, 52 Fehmi (Abdul Aziz, Bey), 116, 117 Fehmi   (Mustapha   Pasha),   Prime Minister, 85, 112, 113251 xqq, ; Arabic word for, ill-choHori, 2f4. 351), 308e